Imber village - see how it looked then, and now.
Imber Baptist Chapel
Imber Court Farm
Nag's Head Cottages
St Giles Church
St Giles School
People Of Imber
Books On Imber
Film Of Training On Salisbury Plain
Photographs Of Training On Salisbury Plain
Salisbury Plain Training Area Newsletter
Tyneham - another lost village
Imber Village Old Photographs and History
Imber Court, the third floor has been removed but the main structure remains, you can see it by peaking through the security gates.
The Dean family photographed outside Seagram's Farmhouse in 1912.
Seagram Farm, 1948.
Tinkers Farm was between the council houses and the smithy/urban warfare new buildings.
A threshing machine, powered by a traction engine, at Imber.
Imber's shepherds had wheeled huts housing a bed and stove, drawn by horse from one area of the Plain to another.
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